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Park Hyatt Sydney reopens

Originally published on 15/03/2012 - Filed under: News »

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Park Hyatt Sydney has reopened following an extensive multi-million dollar renovation.

The hotel now features three rooftop suites built on a new fourth level, providing close to 360-degree views of the Sydney Harbour, Opera House and Harbour Bridge. It includes the city’s largest suite, the 350sqm Sydney Suite.

A larger day spa, restaurant, bars, private dining rooms, enhanced and larger conference facilities, gym and recreational spaces feature in the new-look hotel.

Among the novel attractions is The Dining Room, led by Australian-born chef Andrew McKee.

Original Sydney Sandstone and local woods were incorporated in the rebuild and the hotel commissioned a number of Australian artists including sculptors, painters and photographers.

Australian hotel design firm, BARstudio, has created a new intimate and stylish interior, featuring an art gallery of interior pieces, including artefacts, books and artworks on the bedroom shelves and walls in all 155 bedrooms.

Floor-to-ceiling glass doors open onto spacious private balconies for most guestrooms, while custom-designed lighting and new natural tone furnishings and fixtures enhance the Australian indoor-outdoor lifestyle.

Park Hyatt Sydney’s General Manager, Andrew Mensforth, said: "Having undertaken a total rebuild, with only the external walls remaining, we look forward to showcasing the new hotel to our discerning local and international guests."

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Report by Dominic Ellis

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